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Our reception area is now open.

If attending surgery for an appointment please remember to check in with the screens located next to the reception window otherwise your clinician will not know you are here.

Patients should wear a face covering whilst at the health centre.

If you need to drop off a prescription request please post in the box at the bottom of the stairs.

Samples can be left in the box at the top of the stairs. Spare bottles and bags are located on the table underneath.

Any future prescriptions will be issued electronically directly to a pharmacy so please ensure you have told us where you would like yours sending.

Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

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We are currently recruiting an experienced Practice Nurse - further details are on our vacancies page.

From 23rd November 2020 pharmacies will no longer be able to order prescriptions on behalf of patients

You will need to order repeat medication directly via your GP practice, not via your pharmacy, online pharmacy (i.e. Pharmacy 2U) or medical equipment supplier. You can order in the following ways: -

Online via Patient Access
 

Approved app, i.e. MyGP 

            Tick off what you need on the repeat order slip and drop the request into our letterbox or send via post.

Email repeat requests to cuccg.prescriptions.ulverstonhealth@nhs.net

 

If you can’t order by these means and don’t have a family member, friend or carer able to order for you, please contact us on 01229 484141

Please note this only affects the ordering of your prescription.  When you order your repeat prescription directly through your GP practice, your pharmacy will continue to collect or receive your prescription as before. Pharmacies may also continue to deliver your prescription if you currently receive this service.

]Out of Hours services when we are closed...

To access Out of Hours services when we are closed please telephone NHS 111 by dialling 111. 

You will be answered by the NHS 111 service at a contact centre which will direct to to an appropriate department.

For those with a hearing impairment you can use the NHS 111 service by calling 18001 111.

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